Northern Lights Lodge in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Dry-Fly fish for "Trophy Wild Native Rainbow Trout" on 4 pristine B.C. Rivers
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Flyfusion Magazine "2010 Trout Lodge of the Year" Award
Enjoy Fly-Fishing in the Peace & Tranquility of Beautiful B.C., Canada
100% Catch & "Stress" Release Lodge
Easy to get here........ a one hr comercial flight NE of Vancouver to Williams Lake, BC where we will meet you for a scenic one hr drive to the Lodge
No surcharge for single anglers
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Dry Fly River Fishing at its best. Beginning in mid June with an exceptional Golden Stonefly & Caddis hatch we dry fly fish throughout the summer to early October matching numerous hatches that nourish these wild rainbow trout.
Join us at Northern Lights Lodge for exciting dry fly fishing on up to Four different rivers that are so diverse and beautiful you will think you are in a different part of the world each time!
The Mitchell River, Horsefly River, Cariboo River and Quesnel River and the surrounding waters are home to a unique strain of large, aggressive wild native Rainbow Trout and hard fighting Bull Trout. This unique strain of Rainbow Trout do not spawn until they are seven to eight years old, do not go through the stress of spawning during this period, do nothing but grow and must become voracious feeders in order to survive in their completely natural environment. They live to be 12 to 13 years old and have been described by Fishery Biologists as being a "landlocked Steelhead".The watershed in this area is one of the purest, natural trout habitats found anywhere on the planet.
The Rainbow & Bull Trout in this watershed are among the largest of their species in the world:
The nutrients released by spawning Sockeye & King Salmon that enter this watershed every year not only attract schools of large trout followig the salmon up the various tributaries, but also draw a variety of BC wildlife, such as Grizzly & Black Bears to tiny Weasels & every native carnivore in between. While Eagles are prevalent all year, guests visiting in September & October are awestruck by the dozens upon dozens of these magnificent birds observed daily feeding on the expired Salmon that have completed their incredible life cycle.
Our professional guides will introduce you, to spectacular dry fly fishing, or, in early fall, site fish for trophy Rainbow & Bull Trout that are feeding on eggs released by spawning salmon using egg patterns & streamers on the Mitchell River, Horsefly River, and Cariboo Rivers. Your guided river fly fishing adventure will excite you & challenge your skills as you pursue these trophy Rainbow Trout in a pristine British Columbia wilderness setting that rates second to none. In addition to these fantastic Rainbow Trout, be prepared to get into your backing as our guides expose you to the challenge of landing a large Bull Trout feeding amongst the Salmon that are completing their amazing life cycle in the natural rivers of this highly protected ecosystem.
Safe & easy to get here
Fly from most North American cities in the morning & find yourself enjoying hors d'oeuvres and cocktails at Northern Lights Lodge in the same afternoon....in the wilderness.
A one hour flight from Vancouver, B.C. on a commercial carrier brings you to Williams Lake, B.C. where we will meet you for a relaxing one hour drive back to the lodge "or" drive 380 miles North from Vancouver through the scenic Fraser Canyon right to our lodge, an easy and enjoyable seven hour drive through beautiful country on good, safe roads.
This wilderness eco-system you are about to experience is comprised of world-class Blue Ribbon fly fishing rivers renowned for some of the largest, most aggressive, wild native Rainbow and Bull Trout on the planet! It is unlikely you will see another fisher on these waters with the exception of your fellow guests from Northern Lights Lodge.
Northern Lights Lodge
Box 33, Likely, BC, Canada, V0L 1N0
Tel: (250) 790-2200
Toll Free: (877) 718-2200
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